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Gerard Doustraat 153 III 1073VW Amsterdam

Asking price € 500.000 

Year of construction
Floor space
59 m²
Number of rooms


Upper-level duplex with a roof deck.

A welcoming and bright upper-level duplex spanning ca. 59 sqm with a sunny roof deck.
The apartment features two bedrooms, an inviting main floor and a roof deck.
The well-maintained building dating back to 1881 is situated in historic De Pijp, a vibrant neighborhood nearby the city center and Sarphatipark.

Freehold property.

Entrance on the third floor to the living space, with a living room at the front that has a beautiful view of the street below.
The dining room is at the rear and connects to the kitchen with a range of fitted appliances.

The bathroom is equipped with a shower, toilet and sink.
The attic floor accommodates two bedrooms, the rear room opens to the sunny roof deck.

"We spent six happy years living on Gerard Doustraat. It was a joy to have a home in a central spot in De Pijp in Amsterdam. We'd stroll down to Albert Cuyp market for our daily groceries, enjoy lunch our sunny roof deck and have an unlimited choice of eateries and cafes to meet up with friends: Gerard Douplein, Van der Helststraat or at our favorite bar De Baron on the corner.

Due to its location, our home was always the meeting point for friends: for King's Day as well as serving as the starting point for a night on the town. We lovingly improved the house throughout the years and hope that the new owners will enjoy it as much as we have. That the De Pijp will become their home, and that they would prefer to stay here forever."

Living in De Pijp is the epitome of Amsterdam's vibrant lifestyle.
Albert Cuyp market is held almost daily and is within walking distance of the property, as are the shops on Van Woustraat and renovated Ferdinand Bolstraat.
Now that the cafes and restaurants are opening their doors again, you can enjoy the neighborhood's countless sidewalk cafes, such as those on Gerard Douplein and Eerste van der Helststraat. The apartment is also in a perfect location relative to Sarphatipark. Amstel River, the green river bank on Weesperzijde and beautiful Utrechtsestraat are also a short walk away.
The Noord/Zuidlijn metro stop "De Pijp" is only. 5 minutes' walking distance. Tram 4 (RAI/ Central Station) stops on Ceintuurbaan and tram 3 (Zoutkeetsgracht-Flevopark) stops on Van Woustraat.


- Residential floor area ca. 59 sqm
- Top floor is officially designated as a storage area
- Roof deck of ca. 9 sqm
- No planning permission given for the roof deck
- Structural survey available
- Energy label D
- Double glazing
- Kitchen fitted in 2015
- Front facade painted in 2017
- Stairwell renovated in 2021
This information was drafted with the utmost care. However, we are not liable for any unintended omission or inaccuracy, etcetera nor any consequences related thereto. All measurements and sizes are indicative only.
The Measurement Code is based on NEN2580 standards. The Measurement Code is intended to ensure a more universal survey method for indicating total net internal area (usable floor area). The Measurement Code cannot fully preclude discrepancies between individual surveys, due to e.g. differences regarding interpretation, rounding and restrictions to conducting measurement surveys.

For more information, the brochure and floorplan, please consult our website!
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Upper-floor apartment
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Year of construction

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Floor space
59 m²


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